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Natalia Vodianova z mężem przed katedrą Notre Dame (11)

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Antoine Arnault, son of LVMH president Bernard Arnault, and his wife Natalia Vodianova, right, arrive at the damaged Notre Dame cathedral after the fire in Paris, Tuesday, April 16, 2019. French big French companies Total and L'Oreal are pledging to donate 200 million euros to support the reconstruction of Notre Dame cathedral. A few hours after billionaires tycoons Bernard Arnault and Francois Pinault announced they would give a total of 300 millions, oil and gas giant Total said the firm would contribute 100 million euros "to help the reconstruction of this architectural jewel." L'Oreal promised the same amount of money to rebuild "a symbol of French heritage and of our common history." Among other contributors, Bouygues construction group CEO Martin Bouygues said he and his brother Olivier would donate 10 millions. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
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Antoine Arnault, son of LVMH president Bernard Arnault, and his wife Natalia Vodianova arrive at the damaged Notre Dame cathedral after the fire in Paris, Tuesday, April 16, 2019. French big French companies Total and L'Oreal are pledging to donate 200 million euros to support the reconstruction of Notre Dame cathedral. A few hours after billionaires tycoons Bernard Arnault and Francois Pinault announced they would give a total of 300 millions, oil and gas giant Total said the firm would contribute 100 million euros "to help the reconstruction of this architectural jewel." (AP Photo/Thibault Camus)
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Antoine Arnault, son of LVMH president Bernard Arnault, and his wife Russian model Natalia Vodianova arrive at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Firefighters declared success Tuesday in a more than 12-hour battle to extinguish an inferno engulfing Paris' iconic Notre Dame cathedral that claimed its spire and roof, but spared its bell towers and the purported Crown of Christ. (Christophe Petit Tesson, Pool via AP)
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Russian model Natalia Vodianova, wife of Antoine Arnault, son of LVMH president Bernard Arnault, arrives at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Firefighters declared success Tuesday in a more than 12-hour battle to extinguish an inferno engulfing Paris' iconic Notre Dame cathedral that claimed its spire and roof, but spared its bell towers and the purported Crown of Christ. (Christophe Petit Tesson, Pool via AP)
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La famille Arnault et le groupe de luxe LVMH ont annonce faire don de 200 millions d'euros au fonds dedie a la reconstruction de Notre Dame.//04SIPA_sipa236/1904161946
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La famille Arnault et le groupe de luxe LVMH ont annonce faire don de 200 millions d'euros au fonds dedie a la reconstruction de Notre Dame.//04SIPA_sipa237/1904161946
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TOPSHOT Member of the board of directors of LVMH Antoine Arnault and his partner Natalia Vodianova arrive at Notre-Dame-de Paris Cathedral a day after a fire devastated the cathedral in central Paris on April 16, 2019. - French investigators probing the devastating blaze at Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019, questioned workers who were renovating the monument on April 16, as hundreds of millions of euros were pledged to restore the historic masterpiece. As firefighters put out the last smouldering embers, a host of French billionaires and companies stepped forward with offers of cash worth around 600 million euros ($680 million) to remake the iconic structure. (Photo by FRANCOIS GUILLOT / AFP)
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Member of the board of directors of LVMH Antoine Arnault and his partner Natalia Vodianova arrive at Notre-Dame-de Paris Cathedral a day after a fire devastated the cathedral in central Paris on April 16, 2019. - French investigators probing the devastating blaze at Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019, questioned workers who were renovating the monument on April 16, as hundreds of millions of euros were pledged to restore the historic masterpiece. As firefighters put out the last smouldering embers, a host of French billionaires and companies stepped forward with offers of cash worth around 600 million euros ($680 million) to remake the iconic structure. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON / POOL / AFP)
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Member of the board of directors of LVMH Antoine Arnault (C) and his partner Natalia Vodianova arrive at Notre-Dame-de Paris Cathedral a day after a fire devastated the cathedral in central Paris on April 16, 2019. - French investigators probing the devastating blaze at Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019, questioned workers who were renovating the monument on April 16, as hundreds of millions of euros were pledged to restore the historic masterpiece. As firefighters put out the last smouldering embers, a host of French billionaires and companies stepped forward with offers of cash worth around 600 million euros ($680 million) to remake the iconic structure. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON / POOL / AFP)
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Russian model Natalia Vodianova arrives at Notre-Dame-de Paris Cathedral a day after a fire devastated the cathedral in central Paris on April 16, 2019. - French investigators probing the devastating blaze at Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019, questioned workers who were renovating the monument on April 16, as hundreds of millions of euros were pledged to restore the historic masterpiece. As firefighters put out the last smouldering embers, a host of French billionaires and companies stepped forward with offers of cash worth around 600 million euros ($680 million) to remake the iconic structure. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE PETIT TESSON / POOL / AFP)
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